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Fabric Tutorials



These pages are essential must-reads when modding with Fabric, and modding Minecraft in general, if you are new to modding, it is recommended you read the following.


Blocks and Block Entities

Data Generation

World Generation


These pages will guide you through Mojang's Brigadier library which allows you to create commands with complex arguments and actions.


These pages will guide you through using the many events included in Fabric API, and how to create your own events for you or other mods to use.



Mixins & ASM

These pages will guide you through the usage of SpongePowered's Mixin library, which is a highly complex topic. We recommend you read these pages thoroughly.



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Applying changes without restarting Minecraft

Restarting Minecraft can take a hefty amount of time. Thankfully, there are tools that allow you to apply some changes while the game is running.

Reload changed classes

In Eclipse or Intellij IDEA, run Minecraft in debug mode. To apply changes in code, click the “build” button in Intellij IDEA or save in Eclipse. Note: this only allows you to change method bodies. If you do any other kind of change, You will have to restart. However, if you use DCEVM, you will be able to do most changes, including adding and removing methods and classes.

Reload assets

After you make changes to assets such as textures and block/item models, you can rebuild the project and press F3 + T to apply changes without restarting Minecraft. More specifically, this is how to reload anything the mod provides as a resource pack.

Reload data

You can apply any changes made in the data/ directory such as recipes, loot tables and tags by rebuilding the project and then using the in-game command /reload. More specifically, this reloads anything the mod provides as a data pack.

tutorial/applychanges.txt · Last modified: 2022/03/20 13:34 by solidblock